Music Discussion Thread: What Are You Listening To?


One of my favourite bands, Ladytron, released their new album in Februrary after an 8-year hiatus.



Dead Game Enthusiast
Listening to about a dozen tracks between the Travis Strikes Again and No More Heroes 1 & 2 OSTs.

- Electric Thunder Tiger II section 1
- Smoking King fight
- Eight Hearts fight
- CIA section 1
- Mach 13 Elephant Explosion
- Shoegazer Watched the Stars
- Nathan is our Boss
- Season of the Samurai
- Pleather for Breakfast
- Stop Hanging DJs
- Hell on Bare Feet
- Steel Python


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I don't really have any particular favorite album, but Hollywood Undead is my favorite band!!
They are ONE OF THE FEW BANDS IN WHICH EVERY MEMBER SINGS; thus they have such great variety and that's why I like them! They are mostly rap/rock but sometimes incorporate other genres too. I'd like to share some of their songs:

"Undead" - their anthem song. The guitar melody is inspired by Ozzy Osbourne's Crazy Train.
"Bullet" - one of their most talked about song; when you listen to it, you will know why.
"War Child" - a song with a very deceiving title.
"Scene for Dummies" - the last verse of this song is basically random shoutouts, comedic and unexpected!
"Something to Believe In" - very chill, deep, meaningful song.
"Gotta Let Go" - similar to the previous song, but this one has more country/alt-rock sound with a touching music video.
"Usual Suspects" - perfect blend of techno, rock and rap.
"From the Ground" - reminds me of Chop Suey by System of a Down.
"Ghost Beach" - one of their rare solo songs. This song describes the history of Los Angeles, as experienced by the band.
"Pray (put 'em in the dirt)" - super intense and heavy song about.... gardening??
"Guzzle Guzzle" - I have no idea what this is.

Can you believe all of these songs are done by the same band? I would love to hear your thoughts on H.U.
Also, I do listen to other rock-ish bands like Sum 41, Linkin Park, Slipknot, and Skillet ;)


Faerie of the Viridian Forest
nine point eight and world.execute(me) by Mili are both great songs that not too many people I know have heard of.
So I try to spread them, haha.

As for music from the Western side of the globe, the UK band Daughter is really good. I love their song Youth.


Aspiring Trainer
I've recently been listening to Knife Party's new album Abandon Ship. It is worth the $20 I spent on it, mostly because I set car alarms off when I drive by them while listening to it.

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